Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A FATE OF FRIENDSHIP FORUM!


A few intellectual individuals formed a friendship forum;
Its intention was to follow a plan for intellectual development.
If the plan was not feasible it had to be disbanded instantly;
If it worked out well the intellectuals would have a friendship!

Criticising and reforming the society while developing themselves
They planned to do something others had not attempted before!
Without disbanding and without intellectual development it went
For sometime and dwindled to a vague forum of no interest!

What kind of a friendship forum is this one all might wonder?
First of all gathering them and starting analysis itself did not click;
A sort of romantic type of development led them to close it soon
Without informing anything to the really interested intellectuals!

Fate of this friendship forum is a model for many forums’ failure
Everyone should know before venturing into such foolishness!

Submitted: Monday, October 19, 2009

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